The Horses Of Sedgefield Have Community Makeover!

For as long as I’ve driven the Garden Route I’ve got a kick out of the wall in front of one of the houses in Sedgefield. It’s a row of horses jumping towards the centre where they meet. I’m not sure who’s love of life, horses and fun brought this touch to the town, but it’s the kind of thing that I look for whilst on a road trip.

It warmed my heart to see that the house is now the local Veterinary Surgery, and that they have been given a mosaic and paint makeover by Mosaic Job Creation Project – an inspiring local community project. Just wonderful! They make me smile everytime!

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